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Passenger list message
This specification provides the definition of the Passenger list message (PAXLST) to be used in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) between trading partners involved in administration, commerce and transport.
1.1. Functional Definition
This Passenger List Message (PAXLST) permits the transfer of passenger/crew data from a Customs, Immigration or other designated authority in the country of departure to the appropriate authorities in the country of arrival of the means of transport.
Where national privacy legislation permits, and with the agreement of all parties involved, this message may also be exchanged between carriers and Customs, Immigration, Police or any designated authorities.
This transfer of data may occur upon departure from the sending agency and prior to arrival of the vessel/ flight at the receiving agency. This is to permit the designated authority at the place of destination to screen this data and take timely decisions related to the clearance of passengers and crew.
The transfer of data may also occur prior to departure, carriers may transmit passenger listings to customs and immigration for pre-arrival clearance.
Endorsement of this message by the Customs Cooperation Council does not necessarily mean endorsement by national Immigration or Police authorities, nor does it place any obligations on parties to apply the message.
1.2. Field of Application
The Passenger list message may be used for both national and international applications. It is based on universal practice related to administration, commerce and transport, and is not dependent on the type of business or industry.
This message may be applied for international passenger movement and is not dependent on the mode of transport.
It is envisaged that the message will:
(a) facilitate the clearance of low risk passengers/crew.
(b) allow Customs, Immigration or police authorities to more effectively and efficiently concentrate resources on areas of highest risk.
See UNTDID, Part 4, Chapter 2.3 UN/ECE UNSM - General Introduction, Section 1.
3. TERMS AND DEFINITIONS
3.1. Standard terms and definitions
See UNTDID, Part 4, Chapter 2.3 UN/ECE UNSM - General Introduction, Section 2.
4. MESSAGE DEFINITION
4.1. Segment Clarification
This section should be read in conjunction with the segment table which indicates mandatory, conditional and repeating requirements.
The following guidelines and principles apply to the whole message and are intended to facilitate the understanding and implementation of the message:
0010 UNH, Message header
A service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message. The message type code for the Passenger list message is PAXLST.
Note: Passenger list messages conforming to this document must contain the following data in segment UNH, composite S009:
0020 BGM, Beginning of message
A segment to indicate the type and function of the message.
0030 RFF, Reference
A segment to specify message reference.
0040 DTM, Date/time/period
A segment to specify associated dates/times as required related to the message.
A group of segments to specify name and/or address, person or department in the originating administration who can provide further information about the data in the message.
0060 NAD, Name and address
A segment to identify the name, address and related function.
0070 CTA, Contact information
A segment to identify a person or department in the sending administration to contact.
0080 COM, Communication contact
A segment to identify communication numbers of departments or persons to whom communication should be directed (e.g. telephone and/or fax number).
A group of segments to indicate information related to each leg of the mode of transport.
0100 TDT, Details of transport
A segment to specify details of transport related to each leg, including means of transport, mode of transport name and/or number of vessel and/or vehicle and/or flight.
0110 DTM, Date/time/period
A segment to specify associated dates and/or times as required related to details of transport.
A group of segments indicating associated locations and dates.
0130 LOC, Place/location identification
A segment to specify locations such as place of departure, place of destination, country of ultimate destination, country and/or place of transit, country of transit termination, etc. of a passenger/crew.
0140 DTM, Date/time/period
A segment to specify associated dates and/or times as required related to locations.
SG6-SG7 A group of segments to indicate if passenger or crew member, personal details (name, title, sex and marital status), date of birth, attributes such as height, hair and eye colour, and other related details.
0160 NAD, Name and address
A segment specifying name of the passenger or crew member.
0170 ATT, Attribute
A segment specifying passenger's and/or crew attributes such as complexion and build.
0180 DTM, Date/time/period
A segment to specify date of birth.
0190 MEA, Measurements
To specify physical measurements, (e.g. height).
0200 X GIS, General indicator
A segment to specify indicators such as risk assessment.
0210 FTX, Free text
A segment specifying other related passenger/crew information (e.g. ticketing information).
0220 LOC, Place/location identification
A segment indicating country of birth and port/place of origin (embarkation), transit and destination (disembarkation) of a passenger and/or crew.
0230 COM, Communication contact
A segment to identify a communication number of a department or a person to whom communication should be directed (e.g. passenger telephone details).
0240 EMP, Employment details
A segment to indicate the occupation of a passenger or the rank of crew.
0250 NAT, Nationality
A segment to indicate the nationality of a passenger and/or crew.
A group of segments to indicate the travel document details, date and time, reference, place and/or location identification, charge payment instructions and quantity.
0270 DOC, Document/message details
A segment identifying passenger and/or crew travel documents, such as passports, visas etc.
0280 DTM, Date/time/period
A segment to specify associated dates/times related to documents.
0290 X GIS, General indicator
A segment to specify processing indicators, such as document holder, alias, endorsee etc.
0300 RFF, Reference
A segment to specify document reference.
0310 LOC, Place/location identification
A segment indicating the country that issued the document.
0320 CPI, Charge payment instructions
A segment to identify methods of payment for transport charges.
0330 QTY, Quantity
A segment to identify passenger type counts (e.g. child, adult, infant, etc.).
A group of segments indicating the personal effects associated with a passenger or crew member.
0350 GID, Goods item details
A segment to identify the line item number, as well as the type and number of packages.
0360 FTX, Free text
A segment to indicate the description of the effects.
0370 QTY, Quantity
A segment to indicate the quantity of the effects.
A group of segments identifying transport details related to the passenger or crew member.
0390 TDT, Details of transport
A segment to identify transport details related to the NAD segment.
0400 FTX, Free text
A segment to identify free text information on passenger transport details.
0410 CNT, Control total
A segment specifying control totals such as the total number of passengers/ crew members in the message.
0420 AUT, Authentication result
A segment to specify the results of the application of an authentication procedure, including the authenticity of sender to ensure integrity of data.
0430 UNT, Message trailer
A service segment ending a message, giving the total number of segments in the message (including the UNH & UNT) and the control reference number of the message.
4.2. Segment index (Alphabetical sequence by tag)
4.3. Message structure
4.3.1. Segment table
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